Ranjeet Bahadur was born in 1971 in Patna. He is an editor and writer. In the year 2003, he began his career as an editor for in the films. He was the editor of the film, ‘
’ in the year 2003.
directed the film, and it was written by
, Sudhir Mishra and
. It belonged to the genre of drama. was a drama genre film. The film was shot in India, and the language used of the film wasis Hindi. The lead main cast of the film includeds Kareena Kapoor,
and Makran Deshpande. The film won five awards. In the year 2005, Ranjeet Bahadur edited the film ‘Kal: Yesterday and Tomorrow’.
wrote and directed it the film. The filmIt was a mystery thriller drama.
The film was released on On December 9, 2005, the film was released. The film It won the ‘Critics Award’ at the ‘Cinefan- Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema’. Ranjeet Bahadur was the off-line editor for the episodes ‘Dating Season’, ‘Boy to Man’, ‘Good Sellers’, ‘Home Comforts’ and ‘Teknobable’ of the television series ‘Mumbai Calling’, in the year 2007. It was a comedy drama and that was originated in the UK and India. In the year 2009, Ranjeet Bahadur was the dialogue supervisor and co-editor of the super hit film, ‘
’. It was directed by
, and it was based on the novel by
. The lead main cast of the film was included,
, Kareena Kapoor,
. It was a comedy drama and was released on December 25, 2009. In the year 2012, he Ranjeet Bahadur was the Dialogue Associate of the film ‘
Ferrari Ki Sawaari
directed the film, and the lead main cast includes Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani,
. Ranjeet Bahadur was the editor of also edited the film ‘I, Me Aur Main’, in the year 2013. It was directed by
, and written by
wrote the film. It was a romance-comedy musical romantic drama. The lead main cast includes
, Chitrangda Singh, and
. In In the year 2014, Ranjeet Bahadur was the edited or of the film ‘
directed the film. It was released On October 10, 2014, the film was released. He Ranjeet was also the off-line editor of the television movie documentary, ‘Tigress Blood’, in the same year. It was directed by Praveen Singh and Akanksha Sood, and written by Julie Getz. The documentaryIt was released on the 25th of September 25.